We just read a statistic that said 73% of Americans consider themselves better-than-average drivers. Though anyone that drives on a regular basis would probably disagree with the reality of this statement. Regardless of whether you consider yourself a good driver or not, you will relate to these funny tweets.
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Drove my sister’s Tesla a few weeks back. That thing was ridiculously fast. With the number of people who rely on new cars’ assistance for everything from parallel parking to lane drift warnings, I’m surprised half of California isn’t upside-down in a ditch.
My daughter got her learner’s permit this summer, which in my state means 40 hours of parent-supervised driving before she can get her actual license. It only took about two hours before she had mastered the most important driving skill: cursing at other drivers.
Living in the metro DC region is a daily reminder that there are 50 states in the Union, and not one of them follows the same unspoken rules of the road. Add to that drivers from over a hundred different countries with a license to kill (aka diplomat plates), and the typical mess that is morning and afternoon rush 3-hours — really any time of the day — begins to make total sense. I-495 and I-66 are synonymous with road rage and hatred for fellow human beings.
Lurking Coward is correct. We have a point system for bad drivers. One is for diplomatic plates. Drivers wearing hats that are not baseball hats. Like straw hats, fedoras, pork pie hats.
For those that live in the DC area….I was partly responsible for the asphalt spaghetti around there and the Springfield Interchange.
I’m sorry, it’s a burden that I must bear for the rest of my misbegotten life.
How many points do you get for hitting each of those people? My state doesn’t have fun stuff like that.
My rule for voting for a candidate is that I’ll never vote for someone whom I wouldn’t want driving in front of me when I’m running late for work. Not much of a choice lately.